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BOY BAND SONGS!
Can't wait to see some of you tackle this! :)
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Bring It On Home To Me
Sam Cooke/ The Animals
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And The Band Played Walzing Matilda
"And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda is a song written by Scottish-born Australian singer-songwriter Eric Bogle in 1971. The song describes war as futile and gruesome, while ...Show More
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Nothing Rhymed
Gilbert O'Sullivan
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Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word
In the style of Diana Krall. Did this one before, but this time I used a different backing track that I like better ...
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Forever young
Bob Dylan. The song appeared (in two different versions) on Dylan's fourteenth studio album Planet Waves (1974).
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Gotta Serve Somebody
Bob Dylan. From his religious period. John Lennon did not like the song. But I do.
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Blue Bayou
Written by Roy Orbison. The female voice is part of the backing track
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In My Life
An old Beatles song in the style of Diana Krall. Its very much downtempo and maybe my timing isn't always perfect ...
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Houston
"Houston is a song written by Lee Hazlewood, which was a hit single in 1965 for Dean Martin. The song was originally recorded in 1964 by Sanford Clark." (Wikipedia)
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Richard Cory
Paul Simon wrote the song. It was recorded by Simon&Garfunkel and also by Van Morrison
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And I Love Her
Another Beatles Oldie ...
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Why Don't We Do It In The Road
A very indecent song. Don't be offended, please ;-)
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When I'm Sixty Four
Here's another oldie from the fab four ...
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My Way
I did it my way ;-)
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I'll have to say I love you in a song
A Jim Croce song for Lord Burnstrum :-)
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King of the Road
Roger Miller, of course
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Time in a Bottle
My tribute to the unforgettable Jim Croce
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The Partisan
A Leonard Cohen song
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Starry Starry Night
Don McLeans tribute to Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh
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Alone Again (naturally)
A Gilbert O'Sullivan song
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Making Whoopee
One of my all-time favourites recorded by, amongst many others, Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, Louis Armstrong and Dr. John
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